supramammary

su·pra·mam·ma·ry

(sū'pră-mam'ă-rē),
Above the mammary gland.

supramammary

(soo″pră-măm′ă-rē) [″ + mamma, breast]
Located above the breast.
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Isusquiza Garro, "Subcutaneous supramammary metastasis of prostatic carcinoma," Actas Urologicas Espanolas, vol.
Rosenberger, "Mycobacterium paratuberculosis cultured from milk and supramammary lymph nodes of infected asymptomatic cows," Journal of Clinical Microbiology, vol.
Once the acute period of the disease is over, symptoms of brucellosis are mostly not pathognomonic, however, the organism can be located in the supramammary lymph nodes and mammary glands of 80% of infected animals.
Seven different regional lymph nodes (Retropharyngeal, Mesenteric, Supramammary, Bronchial, Portal, Prescapular and Internal iliac) were selected for the investigation during the period of October, 2010 to September, 2010.
According to results of gross examination lesions in Bronchial, Mesenteric, Portal, Prescapular, Supramammary, Internal iliac and Retropharyngeal respectively with 19.57, 16.93, 15.34, 13.75, 12.56, 12.02 and 10.92 were distinguished.
in 2000 on slaughtered cattle of Calcutta and Rural areas worked on Prescapular, Supramammary, Bronchial and Mesenteric and maximum of lesions in Mesenteric lymph nodes and Minimum of lesions in lymph nodes belong to prescapular lymph nodes were reported [4].
Regional lymph nodes Number % Retropharyngeal 20 10.92 Mesenteric 32 16.93 Supramammary 23 12.56 Bronchial 37 19.57 Portal 29 15.34 Prescapular 26 13.75 Internal iliac 22 12.02 Total 189 100 Table 2: Frequency of different types of pathological lesions in different regional lymph nodes in cattle Enlarged Haemorrhagic Pigmented Caseated Retropharyngeal 11 8 -- 9 Mesenteric 14 11 8 -- Supramammary 14 8 3 -- Bronchial 15 6 18 6 Portal 15 13 -- -- Prescapular 18 11 3 -- Internal iliac 16 13 1 -- Total 103 70 33 15 Eosinophilic Total lymphadenitis Retropharyngeal -- 28 Mesenteric -- 33 Supramammary -- 5 Bronchial 4 49 Portal 15 43 Prescapular -- 33 Internal iliac -- 30 Total 19 --
Tissue specimens obtained from internal organs, supramammary lymph nodes, and udders were cultured in the same media and incubated at 37[degrees]C in an atmosphere of 10% C[O.sub.2].
In cows, mammary glands and supramammary lymph nodes may show diffuse inflammation, whereas in bulls the scrotum becomes enlarged and thick connective tissue may compress the testes.